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Hi there, I’m looking to buy my own paint store. Where can I get some more information on what’s involved in setting up my own Inspirations Paint franchise??
Hi, I am about to start painting my lounge room and want to get some advice about using tape. Is masking tape OK to use? Can I put tape on a wall I have just painted? I just don’t want to make a mistake and mess my walls up! Thanks, Joanne.?
Dear Sir/Madam, I would like to purchase 4L White paint for painting the exteriors. 1. The surface is metal (gate) and there are some rusts on it. I need to clean up the rusts and then paint it. a. What paint do you recommend? b. Can I apply the paint directly on the metal gate after the purchase or do I need to mix with other solutions? c. What is your quote? 2. The surface is exterior wall. Again, I need to clean up the moulds and then paint it. a. What paint do you recommend? b. Can I apply the paint directly on the exterior wall after the purchase or do I need to mix with other solutions? c. What is your quote? Please advise, Regards Malai,?
Can I still paint inside when it’s cold and rainy outside? What are the best hints and tips??
hi I have some old internal doors which I would like to paint, they have what looks like some laminate style finish (high gloss finish), what's the best way to prep the door before painting. these doors are about 40 years old?
I am going to paint internal brick walls which have bagged render on them. How do I best clean and prepare the surface to paint, they are highly textured and rough. Thanks?
How do I remove mould on an interior brick wall that has not been painted? We are going to paint it after that.?
Hi guys, On the weekend someone graffitied our relatively new fence. The posts were powdercoated with Dulux in monument. I managed to take the black graffiti off with methylated spirits and isopropyl alcohol, but it's dulled the powdercoat. By dulled I mean less shine and looks like a shade or two lighter than the original semigloss monument. Is it possible to restore it back to original state? Can this be achieved by polishing it? What product(s)/process would you recommend? Thanks! NB: No clear coat applied, just semigloss Dulux powdercoat.?
Hi Inspirations- I'd love a suggestion to update a Queensland style timber house with a colourbond eucalyptus roof.